The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks

Why punch someone in the face when you can SUPERCOLOURKICKPUNCH SOMEONE STRAIGHT THROUGH THE FACEHOLE?

Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence

Prince of Fools has a really strong moral compass, the question is whether or not its hero has the fortitude to follow it.

Weirdness Rodeo

Amazon in gas stations, measuring the value of culture, luxury, social commerce and Emma Stone.

Nine Worlds, Sex and Marketing

We're at Nine Worlds! Come do sex games with us! And talk about marketing!

Erin Lindsey on "Sex and Explosions Part Deux: Now with More Sex!"

"When it comes to bloodletting, we have seemingly limitless imaginations. Why isn’t this true of sex, something so fundamental to the human experience?"

Age of Iron by Angus Watson

There's a long tradition of Tolkienesque, quasi-literary fantasy books with transcendental aspirations and minute attention to detail. But Age of Iron ain't one of them.

Good Songs, Good Covers.

"All I do know is that I can sing the Tom Jones version better than I can the David Byrne one, and I’m not even ashamed"

10 Excellent Indie Comics From The Sequential Summer Sale

From BOO! to NELSON, ten terrific independent comics - and they're currently on sale...

PK Fiction: Submissions On Hold / Artists Wanted

We're looking for artists! Please spread the word.

One Comic + Puns = A Bad Match

We got in, said what we needed to, and got out again.

Weirdness Rodeo

A new report on piracy provides a lot of expected and unexpected figures. Plus, winning arguments, homesickness and the resurgence of D&D.

Ant-Man (2015)

There's so much that we share that it's time we're aware It's a tiny man in a funny suit after all.

Films of High Adventure: The 13th Warrior (1999)

Omar Sharif! Sir, you will be missed.

Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson

"It would be easy to fool myself into thinking this book was stealthily awesome. But that's not the book I read."

The Western isn't dead...

Even though a search of the library catalogue turned up McCarthy and Lansdale, Elmore Leonard and Annie Proulx, Stephen King and Laura Ingalls Wilder, were any of them in the Western section?


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